Our Imperial Grade Lalashan Tea Wins a Cupping Competition in Taiwan! – Taiwan Sourcing

We try to source our material as naturally as possible. If the tea has the term "Organic" in its title, then its a material with organic certificate; if it has "Natural Farming" in its title, then it is organically grown without a certificate; if it has "Wild" in its title, then it is wildly grown; if none of these terms appeared in the title, then it is a conventionally grown material which will have applied pesticides and herbicide in a safe quantity.

We are not big fans of competition tea, and neither are we superstitious about it.  But upon learning that our Imperial Grade Lalashan Jade Oolong won a cupping competition in Taiwan, we could not resist the urge to share the good news with everyone. According to the latest news our (now) competition winning Lalashan is being sold for 16666 NTD ($540 USD) per Jing post competition!

The good news is, you don't have to pay 16666 NTD ($540 USD) for our refined Lalashan (since we bought it pre-competition)!  For a fraction of that price you will enjoy one of the most exceptional Jade Oolongs of your life. 


It is the right time for some high-end Lalashan Oolong Tea. Photo taken at Lalashan Plantation. 


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